This is a sponsored post. I was sent a Lunch Tucker box to try, but as always the opinions in this post are mine. If you are time poor, then you’ve probably been lunchbox cheating (no judgement here). It means you’ve made a choice that works for you and your family that helps you to get lunches out the door in the way that means the least fuss and hassle for you. But what if I told you that you could do lunchbox cheating without compromising with Lunch Tucker?
It’s hard, you want to make everything yourself, but reality strikes and something has to give. Or maybe, you don’t have the luxury of the time to bake…because, work, kids, after school activities…all that jazz! Or you just hate cooking and baking. I totally understand. Which is why I was happy to try this box of goodies from Lunch Tucker.
Delivery boxes are the new black I think. They arrive, filled with goodies you wouldn’t usually buy or find and they make life a lot easier. In the case of this box from Lunch Tucker, for $59.99, you get 10 snack packs with three different snacks in each. They have a really wide range that could appear in each box and they change their packs every month. You need to order by the 5th of the month to get the current snack box!The lunch tucker box is aimed at primary school kids and to be honest, the 10 snack packs went a lot further at Kidgredients HQ than they would in other household, mainly because my kids are slightly younger than the demographic.
However, Elena has just released a little tummies box which is aimed at younger kids and takes the hassle out of snacks for little ones. This months Little Tummies box even contains a recipe from Kidgredients! The Little Tummies box is $32.00 and will well and truly serve a toddler for a month and has a funch pack that you can cook together.
Lunch Tucker proudly supports health food suppliers and small Aussie businesses that offer kids snacks with a strong focus on health, often containing wholefoods, superfoods and other ingredients mostly made from locally sourced, natural and organic products. These are the snacks you should be buying if you are giving your kids packaged foods!
Next time a friend has a baby or someone I know is unwell, I’d probably arrange this for their kids rather than flowers. Because it’s practical. It takes the stress out of getting snacks and ensuring that you’ve got things for the kids to munch on!
If all of this gets you excited (and it should), you can find out more by visiting Lunch Tucker or following them on facebook or instagram to keep updated!
Now, here’s the good news… you can also win a Little Tummies box delivered to your door (that’s worth over $40!). There’s two to win. What you need to do is visit lunchtucker.com.au and name two of the items you’ll find in the box and tell us why you’d love to win!
Entries are only open to Australian residents, it is a game of skill and entries close on 20/7/2016. With the winners announced in the comments and on facebook.